Reopening Schools 2020

Clinton Public Schools Reopening Plan 2020-2021

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Due to positive containment efforts in Connecticut, the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has directed all local school districts to plan for a return to in-person teaching and learning for the 2020-2021 school year. However, districts must also create a hybrid model in which schools would operate at reduced capacity, and a remote learning plan in which school buildings are closed and all instruction is done remotely if the spread of COVID-19 increases locally. Additionally, support options for families who temporarily choose not to participate in the return to school due to a verified medical condition or for a variety of other reasons will be provided as well. The resources on this webpage are designed to provide information for each of the three models in the event that the district needs to shift from in-person to the hybrid or remote learning plan. A Google form has been developed for the community to submit feedback regarding the Reopening Plan.    

Models for the Reopening of Schools 2020-2021
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